Voters in the Oldham-Ramona and Rutland School Districts have unofficially passed a vote to consolidate the two districts.
In an election Tuesday, voters in the Oldham-Ramona School District cast 143 votes in favor of the consolidation, and 117 votes against, or 55-to-45-percent. In order to pass, the consolidation required a 50-percent-plus-one vote. Voter turnout in the Oldham-Ramona School District was just more than 49-percent.
In the Rutland School District, voters cast 124 votes in favor of consolidation, and 117 votes against, or 52-to-48-percent. Voter turnout in the Rutland School District was close to 53-percent.
Both the Oldham-Ramona and Rutland School boards will each need to canvass the votes from Tuesday’s election. They are both scheduled to do so during their respective meetings in June.
Oldham-Ramona 2022 – UNOFFICIAL Election Results